Millie June Paddock was from Pawlet, VT. She attended NEC from 1912-1914, earning her diploma in piano as a teacher in June 1914. Paddock’s piano instructor was Charles Dennee. Some of her other instructors included: Louis C. Elson (Theory), Harry N. Redman (Harmony, Analysis), Clement Lenom (Solfegge), and Clayton D. Gilbert (Stage Deportment). While studying at NEC, Paddock lived in Frost Hall. Possible dates: 1892-1950 (no confirmation). Possible married name: Capen (no confirmation)
This collection, stored in one document case, consists of three small notebooks, seven medium sized notebooks and one yearbook.
This collection of materials was donated to the NEC Archives in November 2009 by the Elk Grove Historical Museum in Elk Grove Village, IL, through their Museum Coordinator, Sandy Denniger.
Access to the Paddock Papers is granted by the NEC Archivist. Appointments must be scheduled in advance. There are no restrictions pertaining to this collection.
All copyrights to this collection belong to the New England Conservatory. Permission to publish materials from this collection is granted by the Director of Libraries. This collection should be cited as: NECA 18.22. Millie Paddock Papers, New England Conservatory Archives, Boston, MA.